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Android Wear devices from £159.00 @ Google Play

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#1
Post is a bit light on details, might want to edit it say it's the LG G or Samsung Gear Live, LG G is £168.98, Samsung £178.98 with the delivery charges.

The differences are the minor cosmetics, samsung has smaller screen but higher resolution, samsung has a smaller battery life but has a heart rate monitor and of course the Samsung is £10 more expensive.
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I think most people (including myself) are waiting to see the Moto 360.
#3
kreisash1
I think most people (including myself) are waiting to see the Moto 360.

Just about to say the same, I would wait for that as it most likely would be the best, especially the way it looks so far.

Meant to be releasing next month.
#4
Not to mention it is likely Samsung's existing watches should come down in price to compete (for those wanting a Gerar 2 for example).
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Post is a bit light on details, might want to edit it say it's the LG G or Samsung Gear Live, LG G is £168.98, Samsung £178.98 with the delivery charges.

The differences are the minor cosmetics, samsung has smaller screen but higher resolution, samsung has a smaller battery life but has a heart rate monitor and of course the Samsung is £10 more expensive.

Well going by the price mentioned and the it's the lg one tho clicking the go to deal takes you to the page which has both.

Edited By: fowler002 on Jun 26, 2014 01:09
#6
The moto 360 is much nicer but will probably be a long wait :( . The G watch still looks pretty decent
#7
Are these things pretty useless without another device (a phone)?
banned 1 Like #8
I am waiting the apple iwatch!
#9
the moto 360 shouod be available from around July 7.
#10
More of a heads up rather than a "deal" as these are rrp?
#11
These need a daily recharge, which is OK if you are charging your phone daily anyway, but I would expect a better battery life.
Also, the screen is reported to be not so great in bright sunlight, which might be a bit of a problem considering how small it is.
Hopefully the Moto and the G will be better than these early efforts.
#12
Well done op, you posted an rrp "deal". thats never going to end up cold ;)
#13
I REALLY like the look of Android Wear - the LG grabs me more than the Samsung, but like some others I'm waiting for Moto 360
#14
Surely waiting for amazon to stock them and then use 20% fashion code would be better?
#15
Going to stick with the Pebble until someone work out how to get more than a day of use out of these colour smartwatch screens.
#16
interesting, will wait until moto is released and see what everyone is going for.
#17
surprised there do not appear to be any of these watches with a device to convert movement into charge. I am going to wait until there is one
1 Like #18
I was impressed with what Google had to show yesterday. I already use Google Now quite heavily so one of these would be a nice step up from the Pebble, I think.

Like kreisash1 though, I'm going to wait to see what the Moto 360 is like.
#19
kreisash1
I think most people (including myself) are waiting to see the Moto 360.
I was interested in the Moto 360 until I've seen hands-on pics. The thickness of it stopped it looking as sleek as it looked initially and the circular lcd will probably make it cost a lot more.
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ChrisRX
kreisash1
I think most people (including myself) are waiting to see the Moto 360.
I was interested in the Moto 360 until I've seen hands-on pics. The thickness of it stopped it looking as sleek as it looked initially and the circular lcd will probably make it cost a lot more.

Indeed - the price of the Moto 360 will most likely be the determining factor in whether I pick it up as a tech toy or not. I don't foresee them adding that much as they still rely on phones, but if it's cheap enough, it's worth a shot.

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